Embark Akrotiri bay on a private yacht tour along the volcanic Santorini and explore the irresistible and unique setting of the Caldera.
Collect amazing memories sailing by the Venetian Lighthouse, the Red and White beach, Mesa pigadia, Black Lava Mountain, the Indian Rocks and make the round of the Volcano crater as well as the Hot Springs.
A stop to enjoy swimming at the beguiling waters around Aghios Nikolaos church, remarkably located on an island rock in the middle of the sea with direct view above, the imposing Oia, will fascinate you.
Marvel at the picturesque Fisherman port of Armeni and the captivating nearby caves. Appreciate the beauty of Ammoudi just underneath enchanting Oia, discover the hidden church between the rocks and admire the old port of Fira.
Red beach will captivate you with the distinctive and inimitable color and as such a stop there for a swim and a meal onboard our magnificent private yacht is in order.
If you wish to follow your heart for a sunset cruise you will have the unforgettable opportunity to be bewitched by the most alluring and spellbinding sunset, sailing away from Red beach and the Indian Rocks towards Akrotiri and the open sea. Your eyes will rest on the endless horizon where the Aegean blue engages the most dazzling crimson sunset shades. Mesmerized by the whole encounter, your private yacht luxury adventure resumes at Akrotiri bay.
If you feel that half day is only half of the excitement, then join our full day experience and have the pleasures of both daytime and sunset as well as the chance to visit the island of Thirassia.
The island of Thirassia is located in close proximity to Santorini and, in fact, it was once a part of it. The volcanic eruption that took place at around 1500 B.C. broke Santorini into many pieces and Thirassia emerged as one of those. Thirassia is today a virgin island, still untouched by tourism and modern lifestyle. The island of Thirassia is only 9 sq. km in size and has only one hundred and fifty permanent inhabitants. Manolas village is the capital of Thirassia and boasts of small, picturesque houses painted in various colors. The virgin beaches and the pure nature are the main attractions of little island. The food in the local taverns is very nice and authentic Greek cuisine can be tasted in the taverns and cafes. A stop at Thirassia will give the chance to enjoy yet another beautiful island and it goes without saying that swimming and a taste of the local culinary delights are highly suggested.
Discover Amazing Beaches, Golden sand, Crystal clear waters, traditional villages and see the amazing Sunset of Santorini on Board.
A full day tour at Anafi.
Sitting on the southeastern side of the Cyclades island group, Anafi is a little gem in the Greek islands. Thanks to its proximity to our beautiful island Santorini, island hopping between Santorini and Anafi is a must. Anafi island is still untouched by mass tourism and cosmopolitan lifestyle, keeping its traditional charm!
The volcanic landscape, imposing steep cliffs and raw sandy beaches with crystal blue waters such as Klisidi, Mikros and Megalos Roukounas, Megas Potamos, Agioi Anargyri, Prassies and many more.create a wild natural scenery, ideal for those who love holidays in nature! Since Anafi offers a vast choice of beaches you will have the option to either visit more beaches or make a stop at the port of Anafi, where you can Introduce yourself to the magic of the island and have your lunch in the local tavernas.
Total fuel consumption required: Approx. 1,5 hours
Total Nautical Miles: 35 nm
The Cycladic island of Ios sitting in the very heart of the Aegean Sea, popular among the youth thanks to the crazy Ios nightlife, is much more than that!
Boasting the typical seductive Cycladic landscape, Ios Greece has tiny whitewashed houses, narrow cobblestone alleys, picturesque clifftop villages and, of course, mesmerizing Ios beaches. Our first stop is at popular Maganari beach and then we keep sailing to Ios picturesque small port, where you will have time for coffee, shopping and lunch.
Total fuel consumption required: Approx. 2.5 hours
Total Nautical Miles: 55 nm
Folegandros is an island of incredible natural beauty located between Paros and Santorini, relatively untouched by international tourists, Folegandros island still manages to keep its unspoiled charm.
Gloating its villages which consist of tiny whitewashed houses, narrow alleys, and colorful windows like the picturesque streets of Chora every corner looks like a Cycladic postcard! First stop at Karavostasi, the port of the island, and then at the incredible beaches for a long swim and a lunch stop that you will thoroughly enjoy. Fine pebbles or golden sand, all beaches are very inviting with beautiful waters and you might as well have chance to have the beach all to yourself, since most of them are only accessible on foot or by boat.
Total fuel consumption required: Approx. 2.5 hours
Total Nautical Miles: 55 nm
SANTORINI MYKONOS RHENIA DELOS SANTORINI
Mykonos : Located in the center of the Cyclades island group, Mykonos is one of the most famous Greek islands worldwide for its cosmopolitan atmosphere, vivid nightlife and amazing beachfront!
The famous windmills, the amazing Little Venice, the narrow paved streets of Chora, the epic beach bars and exotic beaches complete the picture of Mykonos. Join us for a party, dance and drink at the South beaches of Ornos, Psarou, Super Paradise, Platys Gyalos and Elia. Have fun in the sun with cocktails on board or on the beach.
Delos and Rhenia: The small rocky islet of Delos is part of the Cyclades and is where the island group owes its very name, because due to the fact that the islands around Delos are lining in the shape of a circle, the whole group of islands was called the Cyclades.
According to mythology, Delos is the birthplace of Apollo, god of music and his twin sister Artemis, goddess of hunting. The child’s mother was Leto who was seduced by Zeus and when Hera, Zeus wife, learnt about Leto’s pregnancy, she banned her from all the places of the earth so she could not give birth. The only place for Leto to give birth was the little island of Delos which wasn’t considered as part of the earth and which was revealed by Poseidon, who came to the rescue of his brother and his brother’s lover. This gave the island its name, for Delos means revealed.
Delos also called the Sacred Island was considered as the most important Pan-Hellenic sanctuary during Ancient Times and the ancient Greeks built a lot of amazing temples, sanctuaries, and statues. In the 4th century BC, the Athenians forbade all the births and deaths on the island of Delos, transferring all the dead to the neighboring island of Rhenia, which became a necropolis.
The island of Delos became part of the World’s Cultural Heritage and is protected by UNESCO.
Our day cruises to Mykonos include stops at the world famous ancient archaeological site on the nearby Delos and then swimming and snorkelling at Rhenia (or Big Delos) which is uninhabited with four solitary, sandy beaches (Glyfada, Stena, Lia and Ambelia) in protected coves. Rhenia is a popular meeting point for motor yachts cruising the area due to its spectacular waters which change color from a stunning emerald green to a beautiful turquoise blue as you approach the shore.
Total fuel consumption required: Approx. 6.5 hours
Total Nautical Miles: 150 nm
SANTORINI – ANTIPAROS-PANTERONISI- DESPOTIKO
Located next to Paros island, Antiparos is one of those Greek islands that have managed to stay off the radar and is famous for its beaches, which are mostly sandy with crystal clear waters.
First Stop: Between Paros and Antiparos there is a small island called Panteronisi, a virgin island where a cave with three entrances was discovered with beautiful lucid waters which you can enjoy in the privacy of the yacht.
Next stop is the island of Despotiko, next to Antiparos. Despotiko is located to the south west of Antiparos and has nice sandy beaches. Excavations in the wider region have shown that it was a cult center from the 7th century B.C. until the Roman Times. Following the historical course of Antiparos, Despotiko was conquered by the Venetians in 1207 and then by the Ottomans in the 16th century. The island was inhabited until the 17th century as the inhabitants were killed by pirates who later made used this tiny island as a shelter in the Aegean Sea. Since then, Despotiko remains uninhabited but is very popular for its exotic beaches and the tranquility it generates. A lunch stop at the famous peaceful tavern with a sea view, situated on the bay of Despotiko, where the friendly owner will greet you. Fresh catch of the day menus (fish and octopus in the daily agenda) along with other local Greek delicacies will make your day!
Total fuel consumption required: Approx. 4 hours
Total Nautical Miles: 95 nm
Koufonisia is actually a group of two islands: Ano Koufonissi and Kato Koufonissi. They sit in the heart of the Aegean sea, between Naxos and Amorgos and belong to Cyclades island group likewise. They are very different from each other. Ano Koufonissi is where the center of the islands’ activity is while Kato Koufonisi is uninhabited and can only be reached by boat.
The scenery in Koufonisia is beyond words! Unreal turquoise waters, glittering sand, laid-back atmosphere, and Cycladic architecture create a true wonder in the midst of Cyclades archipelago.
First stop: Kato Koufonissi with the small church of Panagia on the jetty, on top of ancient ruins where only fish and tourist boats anchor in its small but picturesque port.
Second stop Schinoussa, a tiny remote island located south of Naxos, in the heart of the Aegean Sea and belongs to the Small Cyclades island group along with Koufonisia.
Boasting an unspoiled natural setting, secluded unspoiled beaches, wild landscapes, and little traditional settlements Schinoussa creates a captivating atmosphere that never fails to impress. A lunch stop at a local tavern and fifteen unique beaches with crystalline waters to choose from, rounded hills and a mild summer climate compose the inimitable picture of the island.
Total fuel consumption required: Approx. 3.5 hours
Total Nautical Miles: 80 nm
Milos is one of the volcanic Greek islands, sitting at the southernmost part of the Cyclades island complex. Thanks to its volcanic origin, Milos boasts a magnificent colorful landscape and a coastline that counts more than 40 exotic beaches.
Standing out for its majestic ambiance, rich history, picturesque fishing villages, amazing food, and indigo bays, Milos island is a timeless Cycladic gem that will steal your breath with its enchanting beauty. The variety of landscapes in Milos is unreal- you’ll see nothing twice, there’s always something new to discover. Being home to the Venus of Milo statue, which was discovered on the island and the stunning Sarakiniko beach, Milos’ beauty is expressed in many ways!
Total fuel consumption required: Approx. 6 hours
Total Nautical Miles: 140 nm
Naxos is the largest of the Cyclades islands and, definitely, one of the most beautiful Greek islands!
Despite being relatively underrated, compared to the neighboring Cyclades islands, Naxos is one of the most interesting destinations in Greece! Its glorious ancient past and strong influences of the Venetians and the Franks are responsible for the abundance of ancient sites. Naxos literally breathes history!
Apart from its impressive monuments, though, Naxos boasts a beautiful natural landscape, as it is the greenest island of the Cyclades. Imposing mountains, green valleys, beautiful beaches, and rural villages will exalt nature lovers’ spirits!
Total fuel consumption required: Approx. 4.5 hours
Total Nautical Miles: 100nm
Paros sits in the heart of the Aegean Sea and belongs to the Cyclades as well. Being close to Santorini offers the perfect chance for a day tour!
Combining modern with folklore in the most unique way, Paros is a mix of traditional Cycladic architecture, vivid nightlife, magical beaches, enchanting rural villages, and historical monuments.
Upon arrival, we anchor at Kolimbithres bay. The beach of Kolimbithres is one of the most renowned beaches of Paros and is located in the huge bay of Naoussa or Plastira Bay. This beach is particularly impressive because of the huge blocks of granite surrounding it, sculpted into strange shapes and smoothed by the sea and the wind over the centuries.
Small sandy coves are lining one another thus composing the beach of Kolimbithres (meaning swimming pools). The crystal blue waters and lagoon-like quality provide a perfect location for all ages to enjoy a variety of water sports (wakeboarding, water skiing, snorkeling and tubes).
Next stop and on a break from the beach life, is a visit to Naoussa where you will get lost in the narrow alleys of the island’s most popular and sophisticated village. A must see with whitewashed Parian cube houses, lovely churches, great shopping, excellent fish taverns, ouzeries and exquisite restaurants in the very center. Your captain will be waiting for your return from the village on board the yacht.
Total fuel consumption required: Approx. 5 hours
Total Nautical Miles: 115 nm